Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mehmood Khan has assured a uniform developmental strategy for the whole of the province with focus on giving relief to the people of backward districts. He assured to resolve the problems of the District Bar Swat.
He was talking to a delegation of District Bar Swat led by its president Akhtar Muneer Advocate at Chief Minister Secretariat Peshawar. The delegates kept the Chief Minister abreast of their problems and requested him to find a solution to them. Additional Secretary Law and others were also present at the occasion.
Reassuring the lawyers communities, the Chief Minister said that his government would focus on expeditious development of backward areas through a uniform and just developmental strategy in order to give relief to the poor in the first step. He reminded the delegates that the PTI government in its previous tenure delivered. It had a good track record of delivery in consonance with the people’s aspirations and assured the continuity of the same public welfare agenda during his rule in the province.
Mahmood Khan asked the lawyers to present their charter of demands in written form adding that he was well aware of the problems of different segments of the society and assured to resolve them as early as possible. He said the PTI government in the province was not oblivious to the problems of the district level institutions and in the process, the people suffers. The people have reposed confidence in PTI and it would endeavour to deliver. The resolution of the people’s problems of the backward areas would be taken on priority basis.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister has constituted an Inquiry committee to probe the misbehavior and derogatory attitude of Deputy Commissioner Charsadda reportedly with journalists. The committee comprising two senior officers has been tasked to probe the circumstances behind the whole happening. The committee will report the whole circumstances by Monday.
The Chief Minister also took notice of the negligence of doctors in the Mardan Hospital reported by the media, causing the death of a female patient and order an inquiry in this regard. A high level probe committee will conduct inquiry to investigate the actual negligence of medical staff on duty including doctors and others. The committee has been directed to report within three days.